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Hunting with Circle Seven Guided Hunts

If you’re looking to take home a trophy, New Mexico is definitely a place where the big ones run. Because New Mexico is a limited draw on some species, we have exceptional trophy quality game. Every year several Bull Elk in the 280 to 340 class are taken. The potential for 350 and up are there.

75% of Circle Seven’s hunts take place in the Lincoln National Forest, which features a million and a half acres of abundant game and breath- taking beauty. Our hunting area borders the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation, which is famous for its world class Elk hunting and Mule Deer hunting.

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Our goal is to tailor our hunt to your specific needs and interests. We’re pleased to be able to offer special accommodations for families, disabled hunters and youth. Non-hunting guest are also welcome!
Dates (Price List Below)  
Elk Hunts*
Archery—Muzzleloader—Rifle
Sept-October
Ibex Hunts
Rifle
December-February
Antelope Hunts*
Archery—Muzzleloader--Rifle
Aug-September
Javelina Hunts
Rifle
February
Mule Deer Hunts*
Archery—Muzzleloader--Rifle
September-October-November-January
Barbary/Bighorn Sheep hunts
Rifle
December-February
Black Bear Hunts
Any weapon
August - October
Turkey Hunts
April-May
Shotgun
Mountain Lion Hunts
Any Weapon
November-February
Coyote Hunts
Rifle
November-February
Oryx Hunts*
Rifle
January
 
* Youth Hunts available  

 

PRICE LIST

 
  • Elk and Deer Hunts 5 days
    Muzzleloader - $4,800
    Youth - $4,500
    Rifle - $4,800


  • Elk Archery hunt (Semi-guided only 2 day minimum)
    $3,000 - 5 day hunt - 1 on 1 guide 2 days
    $3,800 - 7 day hunt - 1 on 1 guide 3 days
    $4,800 - 10 day hunt - 1 on 1 guide 5 days

  • Sheep
    Barbary Sheep-$350 per day-$3,500 Harvest Fee*

  • Ibex
    License - $400 per day $5,500 Harvest Fee *

  • Turkey
    $300 per day

  • Bear
    $300 per day- $4,500 Harvest Fee* -OTC

  • Lion
    $300 per day- $4,500 Harvest Fee*-OTC

All Hunts above are ONE on ONE, room and board included on all hunts.

  • Antelope
    2 day Hunts $3,000

  • Oryx
    3 day Hunts $2,800

  • Sheep
    Big Horn-$400 per day-$5,800 Harvest Fee*
    Desert Big Horn-$400 per day-$5,800 Harvest fee*
    Barbary Sheep-$350 per day-$3,500 Harvest Fee*

  • Ibex
    License - $400 per day $5,800 Harvest Fee *

    Ibex and Big Horn Sheep hunts are 2 guides for 1 hunter.

All The above hunts do include meals and lodging.

Habitat Stamps 2 not included $10.00
Tax  not included

OTC-Over the Counter License

Hunter contract must be in place before putting in for any hunt.

50% deposit is due upon drawing a license the remainder of the hunt cost is due 30 days prior to arrival at camp.
NO CHECK will be accepted upon arrival. NO EXCEPTIONS!

*Harvest Fee is charged when game has been recovered*

It is the hunters responsibility to purchase state license, habitat stamp, taxidermy, meat proccessing, shipping of game, state tax and arrival at camp. Any cancellations less than 60 days prior to hunt there will be no refund on deposits.

We conduct most of our elk, mule deer, black bear, cougar and turkey hunts in the Lincoln National Forest. The terrain will vary with elevations from 4,000 to 10,000 feet. Antelope, Javelina and Ibex hunts take place in the low plains country surrounding the Lincoln National Forest.

Once you arrive at your hunting destination via 4-wheel drive, all hunting is on foot. Please inform us of your physical capabilities so we can fit the hunt to your abilities.
Most of our hunts are one hunter – one guide. The number of hunters per hunt is kept to a maximum of four. This allows us to better focus on the needs and interest of each hunter. All of our guides are licensed with a minimum of five years experience.

Licenses for New Mexico trophy class games are issued through lottery drawings. Circle Seven submits draws on behalf of its hunters and has had outstanding success in landing the draws we’ve participated in. We have land owner permits available for elk, antelope, mule deer, oryx and Barbary sheep ranging from $5,500 to $7,500. This is an additional charge if you request this type of permit.

Hunts can be purchased fully accommodated, to include accommodations, or guided only. Family, youth and group hunts are most popular. Contact us by phone or email today for complete pricing and availability. We can tailor a hunt to meet your specific needs, and create a hunting memory that will last a lifetime.

Link: New Mexico Dept of Game and Fish

 
 
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